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Trump Presents the Ultimate Merger."So, just how good is the Donald at doling out dating advice?
But thanks to the series, Omarosa, who was voted America's #1 reality TV villain by TV Guide, will once again find herself working with a former employer, "The Donald" himself.Trump Productions is one of the producers of the show, along with Juma Entertainment.Not one to shy away from publicity, Trump told Variety, "Omarosa was a great personality on 'The Apprentice' that was watched by over 40 million people as it became the No.1 show on TV." And just to show there are no hard feelings, Trump will appear on camera alongside Omarosa to offer advice each week as her potential suitors come up for elimination. "Omarosa, once known as the fiery competitor on "The Apprentice," is getting her own reality TV dating series, according to TV One's "Omarosa's Ultimate Merger" will star the now single-named Omarosa, once known as Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth, who will have her pick of 12 eligible bachelors.
The men on the show will compete for her affections through a series of business and relationship related challenges.
The show promises to be more than a typical dating show and will include "successful, egotistical bachelors," according to a TV One press release.
As with other reality dating shows, Omarosa will eliminate one bachelor at the end of each episode until there's only one left standing.
An executive producer for Juma Entertainment also told Variety that unlike the other reality shows on which Omarosa has appeared, she will not be playing the villain on this one."We do not want to bill her or portray her as a villain," Robert Horowitz, an executive producer, told Variety.
"You will like Omarosa; you may not want her for your son or brother, but you will easily see where she has a lot of positives in her life."Aside from "The Apprentice," Omarosa has appeared on "The Surreal Life," "Battle of the Network Reality Stars," "Fear Factor" and even "I Love New York." Her new series is tentatively scheduled for a spring 2010 debut.
Donald Trump and "Apprentice" season one standout Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth have teamed up again for a new reality dating series, "Donald J.